Location of Standards 
Legislation: PA 205, section 1246 of the Revised School Code. Administrative rule: R. 380.111
Version of ISLLC Standards Referenced by State 

The 1996 version was adapted for administrator preparation programs, but the 2008 version was likely used in developing an educator effectiveness framework.

Year of Law Passage / Rule Change 
Administrator preparation standards last updated February 2005. The state is in the process of developing its administrator evaluation framework.
Overview of Standards, if different from ISLLC Standards 
Eight standards: Vision, School Culture, Management and Operations, Family and Community Engagement, Integrity and Fairness, Societal Context, Use of Technology, Application of Knowledge and Research
Use of Standards in Evaluation of School Leaders, Preparation Programs, and/or Other Purposes 
In 2011-2012, all Michigan districts implemented teacher and administrator evaluation systems. The educator evaluation legislation states that districts must use "multiple rating categories that take into account data on student growth as a significant factor." The legislation does not specify the use of specific standards for evaluating administrators, but the evaluation must be based at least in part on proficiency in evaluating teachers, progress on school improvement, attendance rates, and stakeholder feedback.
[1] Keesler, V. & Howe, C. (2012). Understanding educator evaluations in Michigan. Lansing, MI: Michigan Department of Education. Retrieved from http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/Educator_Effectiveness_Ratings_Pol... [2] Michigan Council for Educator Effectiveness. (2013). Building an improvement-focused system of educator evaluation in Michigan: Final recommendations. Retrieved from http://www.mcede.org/system/resources/BAhbBlsHOgZmSSI7MjAxMy8wNy8yMy8yMS...